Jets Sign Veteran Offensive Lineman

The New York Jets yesterday worked out a familiar face in the form of offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif in the hopes of adding even more depth to this talented, yet injury riddled offensive line, and today, the team have officially signed him for the remainder of the 2022 NFL season. 

The veteran guard spent seven years with the Kansas City Chiefs, before being traded to the Jets a year ago, but with a massive injury to second year star guard Alijah Vera-Tucker, the team needed more depth on the interior of the offensive line, so this figured to be the best move they could make following the 2022 NFL Trade Deadline.

With Nate Herbig and Laken Tomlinson the only guards currently on the roster, Duvernay-Tardif provides fantastic depth for a talented Jets team, and if they can stay heathy for the rest of the 2022 NFL season, this is a team that could make a surprising playoff run.

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